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Pokemon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon HELP THREAD

DuquÊ?

Too lazy to pick a pic
Don't know if this is the right place to ask, but it's possible trade battle bond greninja/Ash-greninja from SM to USUM?
 

shac

Well-Known Member
Hi all, not sure if this is the right place but wondering if there is a list of extra Pokémon available in USUM in each area that wasn't available in SM. it's a bit of a pain to go on serebii and look in each route Pokémon list
 

Italianbaptist

Informed Casual
Started my game up, naming my character Battista. Picked Rowlet as my starter since I didn’t actually use him when I picked him in vanilla Sun. Also caught a Grubbin which is a new mon for me to use as well - it took me forever to find one in the original games. Hope to do the in-game trade for Hawlucha soon and bring over Ash-Greninja for a diverse team. (I know I can’t use A-G till later but I still want to use him ASAP)
 

Mr.Munchlax

Great Ball Rank Trainer
How do you get the special Master Ball they're offering? I registered my copy of Ultra Moon to game sync but I don't really understand how to get the Master Ball
 

Stone Dragon

Well-Known Member
Can you get more than 1 Lucky Egg this time or nah? Are there better training methods?
 

oarfish

#1 Lanturn Owner
Hey people, I have a quick question.
I understand that you can refuse taking the Poipole at first and then return later and SR for it. Can you do the same with the Type: Null, or do you need to take it (or can you refuse it, but then not have another chance to get it)?

Thank you very much.

EDIT: Ok, it appears that you cannot move further into that part of the game without taking that Type: Null. Oh well, I still have my shiny Type: Null on my Sun version and those shiny event Silvallys there as well. I can always SR for more shiny versions of them on my Moon (and possibly Ultra Moon) versions.
 
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The Red Thunder

Backwards thinking?
Two questions about this game, and please bear in mind I have yet to actually play it. It's more of a curiosity, and I've read opposing information about it, so I'd like a more clear and definitive answer on how this works.

1.) I've read that there's a system called "Roto Loto", and one of the effects is a 50% EXP boost for 10 minutes. Is it possible to give myself this effect on demand, like I could with the EXP O-Powers? Moreover, does it stack with all the other EXP boosting effects?
2.) Can I get more than one Lucky Egg in a single playthrough, or do I have to trade more in?

The reason I ask is because EXP Grinding in Sun and Moon is barely better than Third Gen, and I'm wondering if/how it's been improved in the new installments. If the answer ends up falling into spoiler territory, then feel free to PM me the answer.
 
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Hasty

Moonside
Minor question: Did they fix the speed of the PC boxes in these games? Going through the boxes in SM was really slow for some reason, while in XY and ORAS it was super-fast.
 

T.W.I.

Undercover Rocket
Somewhat a general gameplay question, but considering I’m looking for this possible npc in US atm I’ll ask.

Is there an npc that tells you the date and or Pokemon used to complete trials? Something like the hall of fame? I know bw (or bw2?) had the date stamped in the trainer case or something, and in ORAS there was a girl in moss deep that told you the gym team you used. Also, do those types of Npcs/records exist in any other game?
 

KalosChampion

Well-Known Member
I beat Hau in Paniola Town but now I'm not sure how to get to the next place I need to go. I guess I should remember from Sun and Moon but I don't haha.
 

Satoshi & Touko

Glimwood Tangle is Literal Dreamland
I'm playing Ultra Moon and therefore my time is, you know. And I have my 3DS's time set at proper time and do not wish to change it. Does this mean in my game I have to get my Own Tempo Rockruff to Level 25 at 5-5:59AM in my game?
 

PokeAmi

Well-Known Member
Is there any other way to get the special rockruff event without getting a code from the game shop? I preordered my ultra sun copy from gamestop but they hadn't heard about the rockruff code. I really though I would get it, but... :(
 
I'm playing Ultra Moon and therefore my time is, you know. And I have my 3DS's time set at proper time and do not wish to change it. Does this mean in my game I have to get my Own Tempo Rockruff to Level 25 at 5-5:59AM in my game?
This is what I'd like to know as well, getting close to evolving my Rockruff.

Is there any other way to get the special rockruff event without getting a code from the game shop? I preordered my ultra sun copy from gamestop but they hadn't heard about the rockruff code. I really though I would get it, but... :(
All you need to do is connect to the Internet via Mystery Gift and you'll get the Rockruff.
 

Satoshi & Touko

Glimwood Tangle is Literal Dreamland
Two questions about this game, and please bear in mind I have yet to actually play it. It's more of a curiosity, and I've read opposing information about it, so I'd like a more clear and definitive answer on how this works.

1.) I've read that there's a system called "Roto Loto", and one of the effects is a 50% EXP boost for 10 minutes. Is it possible to give myself this effect on demand, like I could with the EXP O-Powers? Moreover, does it stack with all the other EXP boosting effects?
2.) Can I get more than one Lucky Egg in a single playthrough, or do I have to trade more in?

The reason I ask is because EXP Grinding in Sun and Moon is barely better than Third Gen, and I'm wondering if/how it's been improved in the new installments. If the answer ends up falling into spoiler territory, then feel free to PM me the answer.

The EXP Boost from Rotoloto can be activated on demand from the overworld. Just go to your bag and activate one (once you get some of course).

Is there any other way to get the special rockruff event without getting a code from the game shop? I preordered my ultra sun copy from gamestop but they hadn't heard about the rockruff code. I really though I would get it, but... :(

You don't need a code. I got mine just by going onto Mystery Gift and getting it via internet.
 
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